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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Ma Te Pono, Me te Aroha Through Faith and Love

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Welcome Our Mission Our History Code of Practice Kia Ora, Ni Hao, Konnichiwa, Greetings John Paul College has a long and proud tradition of welcoming International Students and ensuring their academic and pastoral success. The School welcomes students from countries such as China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, South America New Caledonia and Germany. Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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About Us Our Mission Our History Co-curricular Our Mission To uphold and enrich the Special Catholic Character. To be achievers in the La Sallian Tradition. To provide a quality education. To respect all people, celebrating nationality and culture. Baptism 20 th July 2007 Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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Welcome Our Mission Our History Code of Practice Code of Practise Signatory to the revised Code of Practice Well tailored support services Well staffed department Contribution by mentors Excellent leadership High behavioural expectations and standards Emergency contacts and placements provided Careful monitoring of students’ well being Individual support Efficient communication strategies Excellent monitoring of homestays Networking within the community Ma Te Pono, Me te Aroha Through Faith and Love Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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20 years of Diversity Vision Culture Community Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity - Vision – Culture – Community – Diversity Vision – Culture – Community Vision – Culture – Community Vision – Culture – Community Vision – Culture – Community Vision – Culture – Community Vision – Culture – Community - Diversity

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History of John Paul College Edmund Rice College opened in 1963 with 115 founding boys and was fully staffed by Christian Brothers. It was the first Catholic Boy’s College in Rotorua. McKillop College was opened in 1966 with a foundation roll of 146 students. The principal was Sister Angela and four other sisters were the teachers. Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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History of John Paul College On 25 th May 1987, John Paul College opened its doors to 687 students following the amalgamation of McKillop College and Edmund Rice College. The students are proud of their college and their achievements. Since the early years of John Paul the roll has climbed steadily to over 1,000 students. Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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History of John Paul College We celebrated our 20 th birthday with Mass in the morning. In the afternoon we changed into our favorite Superhero costumes and partied. Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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Our Team Our School International Students Co-curricular Our Team (left to right) Marcelle Donner Heather McGuire Cordula Rohde Miki Kwon Helen Sun Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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Cordula Rohde Director of International Students Qualifications B.A. in Japanology and Philosophy Hamburg University, Germany, M.A. in Philosophy Hanazono University, Kyoto, Japan Teaching Diploma, ChristChurch College of Education, New Zealand Responsibilities Overall responsibility for International Students, staff and any department related matters Focus Area Marketing, relationship building, ESOL teaching and curriculum / programme / policy development Languages Fluent in German, English, Japanese, mediocre level of French and Spanish is in progress Hobbies Latin American dancing, Squash, mountain biking, hiking, painting, gardening, music, literature, friends and movies. One day I may know how to play the guitar and how to paint beautiful pictures; and one day I may get up early enough to walk my dog in the mornings, sigh…one day  Back to Team Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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Marcelle Donner Assistant to the Director Qualifications B.A. of Tourism Management (BTM), CAT, CELTA Responsibilities Assistant to the director, Homestay Co-ordinator, Administrator and ESOL Teacher Focus Area Homestay management and Pastoral care Languages Some Japanese and Maori, currently learning Spanish. Hobbies Latin American dancing, mountain biking, gym, squash, running and socializing. Back to Team Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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Home | Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 | Privacy Statement | FAQ Helen Sun Tour Group Co-ordinator & Mentor Qualifications B.A. in English Language and Literature, China Two years of the M.A. programme  at Zhong Shan University, China Teacher Aide Certificate Te Wananga o Aotearoa National Certificate in Computing Level 2 & 3 (NZQA) All modules of the Green Light Program (Module 1 to 24) Responsibilities Ensuring that our older students are well settled within the system and that they and their families get the support required to maximize their experience at John Paul College and in New Zealand. Languages English, Chinese Mandarin and Cantonese (dialect) Hobbies Music, singing, dancing, reading and traveling. Back to Team

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Miki Kwon Junior School Mentor Qualifications B.A. Education Mokwon University, Korea Responsibilities Ensuring that our younger students are well settled within the system and that they and their families get the support required to maximize their experience at John Paul College and in New Zealand. Languages Korean and English Hobbies Literature, Music, Animals Back to Team Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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Heather McGuire Year 7 and 8 ESOL Teacher Qualifications B.A. Education Responsibilities Junior ESOL support and JAA group co-ordination, ESOL teaching, student support in and outside the classroom. Hobbies Horses, Literature, Theatre Back to Team Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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Our Team Our School International Students Co-curricular Catholic (De La Salle Tradition) Co-educational (Year 7 -13) Code of Conduct Signatory to the Code of Practice Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Rotorua Mayor Kevin Winter’s welcomes International Students

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Our Team Our School International Students Co-curricular International Students at JPC Junior School (Year 7 & 8) - 22 International Students Senior School (Year 9 – 13) - 35 International Students Nationalities Korean Students 34 Japanese Students 6 Taiwanese Students 10 HK Chinese Students 2 Thai Students 2 German Students 3 Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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Our Team Our School International Students Co-curricular Co-Curricular activities are an important part in the all round development of each student and enable him/her to actively participate in the life of the school. These activities reinforce the values of service, teamwork, leadership, group and self-discipline, loyalty, healthy living and sportsmanship . Some of the activities available are: Sport Music Speech & Drama Chess Computing School Camps School Events Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 John Paul College students participate in many activities Homestays & Guides Aluminis Jay’s World Sight Seeing & Tours Fond Memories JPC Players JPC Computer Club Special Character Mardi Gras

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Homestays & Guides Personal warmth Shared Experiences Being involved Taking care of each other Back to News & Events

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Aluminis From top to bottom Queenie, Cindy, Joyce, Kitty and Jay Hyo Jin and Mr Walsh Graduation Back to News & Events

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Jay’s World Jay’s success story. He’s now studying design in Dunedin, New Zealand Back to News & Events

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Sight Seeing and Tours Top to bottom Thermal city, Rotorua Hobbiton The Farmshow Back to News & Events

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Fond Memories Top to bottom Year 12 Camp Maori Village Talent Quest Back to News & Events

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 JPC Players Every two years the JPC players undertake the production of a musical. This year is was Les Miserables Back to News & Events

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 JPC Computer Club Fair Go, a television programme has been running a competition that asks New Zealand Secondary Schools to make a 30 second ad. This year the brief was to make an ad about a product 30 years in the future. We came up with concept of spray food - a mince pie in a can. JPC’s Computer Club was placed third equal. To see our entry, click this link http://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/1387195?video_id=1387434 Back to News & Events

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Special Character A humble wooden cross on its journey circumnavigating the world drew our thousand students to prayer, to acknowledge our patron John Paul II and our participation in his 2008 World Youth Day legacy Back to News & Events

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Mardi Gras JPC’s students are from many different cultural backgrounds. We celebrated this diversity by sharing a dance or performance from each culture during Mardi Gras on Tuesday, 20 th February 2007. Back to News & Events

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Enrollment Applications are welcomed from overseas students wishing to enrol at John Paul College but before an application can be considered, the following information must be included with the application form. Proof of student' identity. (Photocopy of Passport) A copy of student's most recent school report Medical certificate A letter from parents/guardians supporting the application A written statement from the student (in English) stating interests, achievements and career plans 6. A contact address, telephone number and/or fax number Successful applicants will have their place at the school reviewed every three months, and parents will be informed of their progress at these times. The school reserves the right to withdraw a student should his / her conduct or progress contravene standards set by the school. School fees (paid in advance) are NZ$11,500.00. These include tuition fees and school reports. (you will need Acrobat 6.0 to read this document ) Business Enterprise – Market Day Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Link to Application Form

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Religious Studies Centre

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Library

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Computer Lab

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 The Science, Social Science and Computing Block and Religious Studies Centre.

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Food Technology

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Hard Materials Workshop

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Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007 Whare Tapu

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We are located 3 km out of Rotorua’s Central Business District. Parking is available at both the Main and McKillop Campus. Contacts Enrollment Administration Whitworth Road PO Box 5040 Rotorua West 3015 New Zealand Ph 0064 7 347 8795 Fax 0064 7 346 1271 Email: international@jpc.school.nz International Cordula Rohde Whitworth Road PO Box 5040 Rotorua West 3015 New Zealand Ph 0064 7 347 9795 ext 855 Fax 0064 7 346 1271 Email: cordula.rohde@jpc.school.nz Last Updated 5 th Oct 2007

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